Thinking of buying an HTPC or building one on your own? Then, here’s a comprehensive guide on HTPC that will fill you up with all of the information you need to enjoy a superb home entertainment experience.
Home theater PCs (HTPCs) range from personal computing devices to heavy duty home entertainment centers. The more tasks an HTPC does, the more power it requires. This is one of the most important considerations you have to think about when building or buying an HTPC.
The biggest problem when building an HTPC is getting the right enclosure. Commercially available products can be very expensive. Here’s how you can build your own from an old receiver, VCR or DVD player.
Cases for Mini ITX and ATX motherboards are designed after the compact body of those motherboards. They are also perfect for use in other applications like a desktop computer with a compact CPU or a NAS for your home network.
The popularity of using high-definition televisions (HDTVs) as PC monitors is rapidly growing. While some HDTVs are well-suited for this task, many are not. In fact, some HDTVs can be permanently damaged by being used as PC monitors. It is crucial to select the appropriate HDTV for this function.
Learn how you can build your own HTPC that will perform better and be more affordable than any commercially available product. Building an all-in-one cheap home entertainment center with FM radio and TV will enable you to watch television, YouTube videos, movies and listen to Internet and FM radio.
Bad things can happen to even the most well behaved Boxee Box. You may run into a situation where the device will boot but does not actually show the Boxee Box interface, but only a black screen. What is causing it, and how do you fix it? Find out here.